Yogyakarta [some people call it Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta or Yogyakarta] is a city with a long history and cultural heritage. Yogyakarta was the center of the Mataram dynasty [1575-1640], and it is not until now that the craton [the palace of the sultan] really played a role. In addition, Yogyakarta has many thousand-year-old temples that are passed down as ancient ancient kingdoms, such as the Borobudur temples established by the Syailendra Dynasty in the 9th century.
Yogyakarta has not only cultural heritage, but also beautiful natural panoramas. Green rice fields cover the suburbs with Mount Merapi as background. Natural beaches are easy to find in southern Yogyakarta.
The society here is peaceful, with typical Javanese hospitality. Just try to cycle around the city by bike, tricycle or carriage; you will find sincere smiles and warm greetings in every corner of the city.
Yogyakarta deeply felt the artistic atmosphere. As the center of Yogyakarta, Malioboro is flooded with handicrafts from around the city. Street musicians are always ready to entertain tourists at the food stalls.
Those who visited Yogyakarta revealed that the city made them long for it. Just visit here and you will understand what this means.
Transportation in Yogyakarta:
- Train You can reach Yogyakarta by train from Jakarta, Bandung or Surabaya
- Yogyakarta can be reached by bus from most cities in Sumatra, Bali and Java.
- The plane recently established an international direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Yogyakarta. In addition, domestic flights to Jakarta, Denpasar, Balikpapan and many other places are now available.